early season camo& late season camo

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  1. Bowhunter728

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    so what does every body rock during the start of there hunting season to the late part. Up here in Ma it is hit or miss either cool or hot at the start and then BOOM cold lol. I've been in the market for new camo for a while now and just don't want to buy something and not be happy with it.
     
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    Hot out here in the early season so basically a light weight breathable long sleeve. When it gets colder, a jacket. Realtree xtra works well for me out here but I don't think you have to match your environment perfectly. Dad and grandpa killed bucks in jeans and flannel.
     
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    My cabelas stalking pants, FL merino boxers and a sitka core long sleeve in the early season, sometimes a FL llano short sleeve.

    In the colder weeks ill add various baselayers and a cabelas wooltimate coat.

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    Just bought some new Realtree Edge lightweight stuff for early season which the warm weather typically only lasts the first couple weeks of the season around here.

    Then I will switch to Rivers West in Realtree Edge for mild or rainy weather. Once the cold weather hits I wear Gamehide in Lost Camo after the leaves are down.
     
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    slickbilly-d Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Real tree extra in the until it’s cold and I need another layer, then predator fall gray.
     
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    I use Natural Gear all season long. Cant beat it for blending in.
     
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    Check out predator camo it works great all year they sell all the layers you would need and it’s reasonably priced
     
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    I guess I'm the only one who isn't concerned with the pattern I wear. I have Sitka original forest pattern. Deer being color blind I don't see pattern being that big of a deal. Although I do think predator camo with the grays would b great from a stand
     
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    Anybody use the scentlok Morphic series. i've really been eyeing it and am probably going to get it. I was gonna get Cold blooded series but not so good things.
     
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    Yes the lay uses fall grey from predator and she just disappears up in a tree. It is crazy
     
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    Lady not lay what a horrible typo. Sorry hunny.
     
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    i wear cabelas lookout fleece pretty much all year, just layer differently
    also i don't hunt when its really warm out
     
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    Realtree AP all season for me but by the time all foliage has fallen from the trees we're near the end of the season. So maybe if I was hunting elsewhere I would look into something different for sky matching colors.
     
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    Sitka fanatic hoodie and equinox pants this year with a good base layer should keep me comfortable until my freezer is full
     
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    I was looking at the Morphic as well, but haven’t seen it in person. Other than being waterproof I wasn’t impressed with the Cold Blooded for warmth when I saw it in the stores. From looking at the pics and description online the Morphic doesn’t look much heavier or different than the Cold Blooded. It looks they both use the same layering vest as well.


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    Good to know. I’ll have to check it out then. Thanks for sharing.


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